If you are anything like me this Christmas, you may be finding it is coming a tad too quickly, with far too much left to organise. So to help myself… and you, I created some Christmas planner printables to help get the ball rolling. These printables are in my Etsy store, with a few extras.
Like any major celebration or event, I like to organise myself with a to-do list. I seriously do not know how I could remember everything without one these days. My memory was great… before motherhood. Now I feel so scattered without my to-do list, so of course there is Christmas to do list included in the printables. Nice and simple, giving you space to write the task, the due date if needed and a box to tick done at the end. And isn’t that the most satisfying feeling, ticking something off a to do list.
There is also a December at a glance calendar page for you to fill in all your upcoming events so you can keep it all visualised in one spot. Stick it on the fridge or slot it in your planner so you never miss a festive event.
The all important Christmas day menu. There isn’t much more exciting that food on Christmas day (except maybe presents… I mean celebrating with loved ones). The Christmas day menu planner lets you plan breakfast, lunch and dinner for Christmas day so you know exactly what you will be making and what others may be bringing. It also has room for the extra stuff, so you can include your Christmas baking here. Shortbread, rum balls… all the indulgent stuff.
And what is a menu planner without a shopping list. I have included a grocery shopping list for you to take along for your mega Christmas food shop so you don’t forget any of those important menu items.
Then the other part that you have hopefully already started, GIFT SHOPPING! Even if you have started, this is a great visual to keep track of who you have organised and who you still have to buy for, with room for ideas as well as budget and final present and costs. A great way to keep track of your gift spending while you’re at it. You never know… you may hopefully even come in under budget!
Then for those of you who like me are giving the handmade Christmas a go this year, or even for some of your presents, I have even included a handmade gift planner, with the gift item plus supplies list so you know what you need to make each handmade gift. Nothing quite so thoughtful as a bit of handmade present making for loved ones. I also have a free Santa gift tag download to give Christmas morning a little bit of magic.
So be quick. These Christmas planner printables will only be free to download until the 15th of December (and by then hopefully you are well on your way to being organised this Christmas). After this time they will be up for sale with a few extras in my Etsy store… but don’t worry if you miss out. They will be nice and cheap and well worth the purchase.
This download is no longer free however you can purchase from my Etsy store for the bargain price of $3 including several extra pages, for a complete Christmas Planner Printable set
Don’t forget to let me know what you think of the planner pages and what else you would have loved included. I am busy behind the scenes putting together more useful pages so your feedback would be fabulous!